Aesthetics and Values Research Project 2017
Published on May 1, 2017
Elisabeth Condon, a Los Angeles native born in 1959, painted Field Notes on residency at Fountainhead in Miami's Morningside Heights neighborhood in a composition inspired by the Yuan Dynasty masterpiece Dwelling in the Fu'Ch'Un Mountains by Huang Gongwang.
Space is a Splice In Time
Published on Aug 30, 2016
Filmmaker Carol Saft documents Elisabeth Condon in her New York and Florida studios, discussing the color and spatial arrangements of new paintings.
Elisabeth Condon Interview with Lisa Waagd
Published August 2014. Filmmaker Lisa Waagd interviews Elisabeth Condon at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel.
Elisabeth Condon by Dominique Othenin Girard
Published July 2014. Filmmaker Dominique Othenin-Girard films Elisabeth Condon in her studio at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel.
The Seven Seas at Hollywood Art and Culture Center
Published on Dec 2, 2012
In her new painting and drawing exhibition, Elisabeth Condon introduces the 1980s Los Angeles nightclub scene as a metaphor for personal and social transformation. The Tampa and Brooklyn-based artist approaches this landscape as a repository for individual and shared memories, associations, and cultural experiences. Film by Scott Draft, Audio by George Fishman.
Uploaded on Jul 9, 2008
Elisabeth Condon talks about her work in a two person exhibition with Ming Fay at the Lesley Heller Gallery, New York City.